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Earlier this year in February, Oxfam was in the middle in one of the biggest charity scandals that affected the public’s view and caused thousands of donors to cancel their direct debits with them. Founded in 1942 by Cecil Jackson-Cole the charity’s mission statement is “a world without poverty”, which they will achieve by “creating lasting solutions to the injustice of poverty."
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The recent 2018 UK Payment Markets report shows that in 2017, 13.2 billion debit card payments were made compared to 13.1 overall billion cash payments. The publishings show that more people spend their money with card payments instead of having cash in hand.
The retail industry has been very fickle in its success and decline during 2017 and 2018. Multiple retail chains appear to be in trouble, recently Marks & Spencer announced they will be closing 100 stores, shortly after Toys R Us have gone into administration.
As part of a company overhaul, 4,600 jobs at Rolls-Royce are to be axed over the next two years in order to save £400 million a year by 2020.
Barclays, one of the largest banks in the UK and in over 40 countries, has released a new campaign to encourage children to know more about charity donations. The famous bank has launched a new guide to understanding philanthropy, which aims to encourage families to have more discussions about charitable raising and giving.
Scotland National Trust has announced a new investment of £60m for protecting built and natural heritage, which would be the biggest investment it’s ever made to protect the environment.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has reported sales in the retail industry have risen by a total of 4.7% in May 2018, when compared to the same month last year. This is promising news as for the past few months reports have suggested high street retail is slowly declining, due to more interest in their competition of online shopping.
Organisers British Marine have announced that The London Boat Show will not go ahead in 2019 due to lack of support from the marine industry. The show was scheduled to run at ExCel between the 9th – 13th of January, though the decision has been made that the show will now be postponed to allow for the development of new ideas.
The first charity shop was opened in Oxford in the year 1948 and has positively transformed high streets across the UK. It’s common to spot charity shops in every high street in England, but according to research published by the Charity Retail Association, 50% of the general public feel there should be less. But how could people feel negative about charity shops raising money for people in need?